for Simulation Programs
Remote Delivery of Simulation/Learning
Preparing and responding to 2019 novel coronavirus with simulation and technology-enhanced learning for healthcare professionals: Challenges and opportunities in China. A must-read editorial published in BMJ STEL
Rapid Transition to Online Learning Roadmap answers the question "If a teacher had just one hour to prepare to teach remotely, what are the most essential things she would need to know and do?"
US and UK-based organizations may be eligible for a free 60-day trial of Oxford Medical Simulation's OMS Distance package.
Rosh Review are offering free access to their remote learning products until April 30th for the following programs:
- Clerkships - Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, OB/GYN, Pediatrics and Psychiatry.
- Nurse Practitioner Programs - AGACNP, ENP, FNP
- PA Programs - Didactic Year Students, Clinical Year Students
- Residencies - Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, OB/GYN, Pediatrics and Psychiatry.
Full Code free screen-based simulation cases.
Practical Exercise Without Casualties (PEWC) is a technique based on the military equivalent Tactical Exercise Without Troups. It involves presenting a hypothetical situation and using questions and discussion prompts to simulate an action plan purely through discussion and description.
Ultrasound online training modules with voice/text narrated video examples free from Ultrasound.Guide.
Ultrasound videos and images for case discussion and use.
Heart and Lung Sounds free from EasyAuscultation.com
Virtual Simulation Recorder free from UbiSim
E-learning resources free from 3D Systems
California Simulation Alliance Scenarios
Some programs describe having breakout room functionality to have all members join a single meeting link and then separate individuals into smaller rooms without cross-talk.
Webex Breakout sessions (‘Webex Training’)
GoToMeeting Breakout (GoToTraining)
ManyCam (up to four sources streamed over RTMP or on multiple platforms simultaneously. Includes Chroma Key)
Free COVID-19 Scenarios
COVID-19 Airway Management Simulation from Life in the Fast Lane
COVID-19 Scenario & Guide for Hospital Preparedness by Simulation Canada
Ambulatory COVID-19 by EM Sim Cases features a moderately unwell patient who presents in an ambulatory care setting.
In-Situ simulation for emergency department presentation of an acutely unwell patient with suspected COVID-19 by EM Sim Cases.
Laerdal Manikin or SP scenario for LLEAP or SimPad - scenario addresses systems for infection control, PPE, management of exposure to coronavirus or other high risk communicable respiratory illness. This scenario was developed by: © 2019 EMSIMCASES.COM and the Emergency Medicine Simulation Education Researchers of Canada (EM-SERC) This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Global Network for Simulation in Healthcare (GNSH) Free Virtual simulations on patient safety topics such as sepsis, medical errors, healthcare associated infections, and care teams.CAE Suspected COVID-19 Scenario
designed to develop clinical competencies in CDC and WHO approved procedures for suspected coronavirus infection. Compatible with CAE Juno, CAE Ares, CAE Apollo, CAE Lucina, CAE Athena, CAE iStan and similar patient simulators.
COVID-19 Virtual Scenario by Body Interact.
Free Virtual Simulations from Nasco Healthcare.
Free Telehealth COVID-19 Screening Patient from Patient Communication Simulators.
COVID-19 Online Courses
Science matters: Let's talk about COVID-19 free online course by Imperial College London via Coursera
Lessons from Ebola: Preventing the next pandemic free online course by Harvard University via EDX
Emerging respiratory viruses, including COVID-19: Methods for detection, prevention, response and control free online course by World Health Organization.
About the Coronavirus (COVID-19) by Health Education England e-learning for Healthcare
Infection Control in the Simulation Facility
Aerosol and Surface Stability of SARS-CoV-2 as Compared with SARS-CoV-1 - New England Journal of Medicine
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